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  • What is Django?

    Web development is the umbrella term for conceptualizing, creating, deploying and operating web applications and application programming interfaces for the Web. Django makes it easier to build better ...

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  • Django vs Laravel for Rest API

    A framework dispenses with the need of reinventing the wheel. It is a ‘skeleton’ on which the designers and developers build unique applications with desired features. You can also call it an abstract...

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  • Best alternatives of MS Office

    Microsoft Office dominates the productivity app sector for decades. Microsoft Office apps like Word, Powerpoint, Excel, etc. have got so many features that it takes weeks of classes to learn the ins a...

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  • What is NPM and how does it work?

    NPM stands for Node Package Manager. NPM is a package manager for Node.js packages or modules. Modules are JavaScript libraries you can include in your project. NPM hosts thousands of free packages t...

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  • Django vs Node JS

    Frameworks exist to save you from having to reinvent the wheel and to help alleviate some of the overhead when you’re building a new site. By using a framework instead, these components are already bu...

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  • Reasons to learn Django

    When we talking about web development, it’s never been easier or more fun to build a web application, it's a lot of time-consuming. But, Django has been rapidly gaining popularity for its ease of use ...

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  • Most useful Django packages

    Django has increased its popularity during the last couple of years, because of it's a  robust open source Python-based framework for building web applications. Among other Python-based framework...

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  • All about Pacman in Arch

    Pacman stands for Package Manager, and you might know that the Pacman is the default CLI package manager for Arch Linux and its derivatives. It is a utility which manages software packages in Linux. I...

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